Silver Plated Square Gallery Frame Pendant

$13.95 USD
Item# 36300
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  • Wear your art in style - professional looking Square Gallery Pendant gives an elegant finish to your art glass jewelry
  • For perfectly sized pendants try the Mini Molds (item #3639) sold seperately
  • Silver plated finish - nickel free
  • Fits pieces that measure 1" x 1" x 5/16"


Product Description

A Gallery Setting for a Professional Touch
Frame your cabochons with no gluing needed! The square Gallery Pendant holds your  1" x 1" x 5/16" art securely in place and is changeable anytime you want.Pendant features holes for optional dangling embellishments. For pendants that fit perfectly try the Mini Molds (item #3639), sold seperately. To wear, simply thread your chain through the holes to keep it secure. Nickel free, sterling silver plated. Sold individually.

Note: Depth of gallery frame pendants vary. To make sure you get a good fit stack your glass and slide it into the pendant before you fuse it. 

Delphi Tip: If your glass is too thin or too short in the gallery frame pendant, try inserting a piece of fiber paper or cork to fill out the space.

Pair of necklaces by artist Val Oswalt-De Waard necklace shown with dangling embellishments by artist Renee Dixon.

 

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  •   Flexibility
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Pros : I love the idea of being able to change out the pendant. I'm using these for my summer show and expecting big success! Who wouldn't like to be able to change the pendant to go with different outfits or moods!
Cons : I haven't noticed any cons, though I like the square gallery frame better than the round. The round ones seem to be thinner - hold a thinner piece of glass. I returned all of the round ones I ordered.
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  •   Looks Good
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Pros : Looks nice!
Cons : Has a few minor scratches in the finish, which detracts a little from the polished look of the piece. Not gallery quality with scratches, more craft fair level.
Other Thoughts : Overall, Its fair to say that I may most likely purchase more of these.
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